The Terrestrial Shrub Rover Lets You Stake Out Unsuspecting Neighbors

By: Marissa Liu - Published: Jun 10, 2010 • References: jalopnik
The Terrestrial Shrub Rover by Jason Shull is a go kart adorned with a fiberglass dome and fake shrubbery. The electric-powered, stake-out vehicle, which debuted at Grounds for Sculpture, is a small, single person surveillance unit that will allow you to spy on others fairly undetected.

Whether you find the Terrestrial Shrub Rover to be creepy or creative, there is obviously a market for such things. I think it would be more effective if the shape was more natural, though, instead of a perfectly trimmed cube. Stats for Compact Spy Bushes Trending: Older & Warm
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